I have a space on my desk for the magazines, paper books and my kindle. When the area fills up I know I need to really make some more time to read.
Originally Posted by Solyanov2011
One key for me is that I have a monthly checklist where I ask myself what have I read this month? I also keep a log of all the books and short stories I read as a note in DevonThink. Just tracking it means I make more time to read.
I also found that by taking my kindle with me nearly everywhere I can read in the snippets of time available while I am waiting or in a line or similar places. I also grab magazines and read them in pieces too.
You said you need 30 uninterrupted minutes to read, why not make a project to train yourself to be able to read in smaller segments of time? Or to train yourself in faster reading with comprehension?
By being able to do reading in small bits I've managed to read 13 new books or short stories in January and 21 in February. I don't track magazines but I get about 10 a month between the personal fun ones and the professional ones and all are current.
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